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January 2014

In a December 12 ruling, an independent arbitrator rejected CUNY management’s request to dismiss a PSC grievance over implementation of the controversial Pathways curriculum plan. The ruling means that the union’s grievance can now proceed.

In honor of the 40th anniversary of CUNY’s Center for Puerto Rican Studies/Centro de Estudios Puertorriqueños, several New York-based Puerto Rican artists joined forces to create a portfolio of silk-screened prints. Both the print project and an associated exhibition held this fall were titled “nu-YO-Rican.”

Governor Andrew Cuomo has moved to replace two outgoing members of the Board of Trustees with allies from the political and business world.

In the 2013 New York City elections, the PSC mounted its most extensive electoral effort to date. The members of the PSC Legislative Committee were in the middle of the action.